If you’ve ever wanted to play your Nintendo 64 classics without cord hassles, your dream could soon become a reality.
Hyperkin has announced the Admiral – a new wireless N64 controller which ditches the original three-prong design for a more modern look. Additionally, the controller uses SD memory cards to save data – so you don’t have to deal with the system’s antiquated Controller Paks any longer.
Here’s some preview shots, and the full feature list:
- Wireless up to 30 ft. via included Bluetooth dongle.
- Memory card inside dongle allows you to back up and transfer memory pack save data.
- Built-in lithium-ion battery lasts for 6 hours and recharges via included Micro USB cable.
- Compatible with all N64 models, as well as PC, Mac, IOS, and Android via Bluetooth.
- Classic grey color.
While Hyperkin did not confirm a price or a release date, they hinted that the controller should be available sometime in Q1 2019.